More Evidence That Caffeine Can Jolt Memory
High doses may protect against Alzheimer's symptoms, study in mice suggests
SUNDAY, July 5 (HealthDay News) -- The growing evidence that caffeine consumption may help treat or prevent Alzheimer's disease has received an extra boost from two new studies.
Florida researchers report th...
Argentine Meat Export business gets a jolt from Russia.
Citing the fear of FMD (foot-and-mouth disease), Russia has put a stop and a aban on imports of live animals, all products of animal origin and animal feed from the Argentine province of Corrientes. The action was taken this Friday.//
This was revealed by the the Agriculture Ministry of Russ...
Wake Up & Smell the Coffee
... be misleading to consumers by implying that products sweetened with other sweeteners, such as sugar, are healthier.
"Consumers could be in for a jolt
when they realize that there is no scientific basis to suggest that coffee cake made with sugar is 'healthier' than one made with high fructose corn s...
Dr. Simon Ourian, Pioneer Laser Surgeon, Appears on The Doctors TV Show
...of the future.'' As men and women age, the collagen in their skin shrinks and loosens. Coolaser™ stimulates the body to make more collagen. That jolt
of collagen covers acne, scars and aging. Alternatives, such as collagen injections, fade over time while the collagen created by the laser is retaine...
Sports Concussions: Common and Preventable
...ear according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a blow or jolt
to the head and can range from mild to severe. It is important to note that even if you do not lose consciousness after a fall, it is possible to have...
Defibrillator May Not Help Many With Heart Failure
...t seem to provide any particular benefit to many people with heart failure, a new study finds.
A defibrillator can provide a lifesaving electrical jolt
when heart rhythm becomes abnormal enough to be fatal. But it generally does nothing for heart failure, the progressive loss of the heart's ability to...
When the Heart Stops Beating
"They used a defibrillator on me," Babcock said, referring to a device available in some public places that delivers an electrical jolt
to start the heart beating again. "A lifeguard did it."
Stoltz is back at work now, feeling "pretty good, almost back to the level of exercise I wa...
Doctors' questions about end-of-life legalities may result in patient pain
... at risk of sudden cardiac death due to ventricular fibrillation. The device is programmed to detect cardiac arrhythmia and correct it by delivering a jolt
of electricity, which is often lifesaving. However, the legality of deactivating the ICD in terminally-ill patients who request to stop receiving the ...
Europe's Leading Premium Appliance Brand Taps America's Most Stylish, Multi-Tasking Mom to Launch New Appliance Line in North America
...America launch of its new
premium kitchen appliance line - a stylishly sleek new collection that's
poised to transform America's kitchens with a fresh jolt
of European style
and performance, helping today's busy families do more -- better, faster
Called Electrolux, the new appliances from Eu...
HowToDoThings.com Brews Up New Uses for Coffee That Will Perk You Up in Recognition of March's 'Caffeine Awareness Month'
... The Environment and Health & Beauty Get a New jolt
BURLINGAME, Calif., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- HowToDoThings.com, ...l. This is one addiction you want
to kick quickly!"
Java Can Do More Than jolt
Despite the debate that brews over the health dangers and ben...
Electric jolt triggers release of biomolecules, nanoparticles
Johns Hopkins researchers have devised a way to use a brief burst of electricity to release biomolecules and nanoparticles from a tiny gold launch pad. The technique could someday be used to dispense small amounts of medicine on command from a chip implanted in the body. The method also may be use...
Microbes churn out hydrogen at record rate
...searchers have coaxed those same microbes to generate hydrogen.
By tweaking their design, improving conditions for the bacteria, and adding a small jolt
of electricity, they increased the hydrogen yield to a new record for this type of system.
"We achieved the highest hydrogen yields ever obtained w...
Life at the jolt
Researchers at the Biodesign Institute are using the tiniest organisms on the planet 'bacteria' as a viable option to make electricity. In a new study featured in the journal Biotechnology and Bioengineering, lead author Andrew Kato Marcus and colleagues Cesar Torres and Bruce Rittmann have gaine...
With a jolt, 'nanonails' go from repellant to wettable
...iversity of Wisconsin-Madison engineers and their colleagues from Bell Laboratories have created a material that can repel almost any liquid.
Add a jolt
of electricity, and the liquid on the surface slips past the heads of the nanonails and spreads out between their shanks, wetting the surface complete...
Republicans criticize Doyles growth package
...stage work. The later the stage of investment, the further away the investors can be.
Brostrom stressed that as more tech companies get the first jolt
of capital, they will be better vessels for venture capital.
With more businesses teed up and we will tee up more businesses through this type of ...
Researchers Push for Faster Drug Development
...mpound will actually act as a drug in vivo.
Mattys noted that getting the industry to move on new and faster ways of doing drug discovery may get a jolt
from the $35 billion worth of patented drugs due to lose their patents in the next three years.
Certainly the senior executives see the need for ri...
Onfolio unlocks web research
...icians will also benefit from this technology to answer customer service needs . . . Caffeine-laden soap? Seems tech folks are taking their need for a jolt
to the extreme. Network World Senior Editor Cara Garretson searched far and wide for unique approaches to caffeine intake among the networked set. Les...
Leading global Big Pharma companies of 2005
...n he was general manager for Pfizer in Colombia and I had been general manager for Monsanto's Andean business (also living in Bogota once again). This jolt
to the past reminded me of my annual quest to know company rankings to see how my company was doing.
When I arrived back, going through my mail, I ...